Connie Boldan-Cerveny
Date of Birth
May 29, 1946
Lincoln , Nebraska
Entered into Rest
May 19, 2020
Lincoln, Nebraska
Funeral Service Directions

Saturday, May 23, 2020 ~ 10:30 a.m. (Social distancing applies)
Marcy Mortuary ~ Ashland, Nebraska
Interment at Ashland Cemetery ~ Ashland, Nebraska

 

Visitation Directions

Friday, May 22, 2020 ~ 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Marcy Mortuary ~ Ashland, Nebraska

(10 person limit at one time & social distancing applies)

Memorials

American Diabetes Association

 

*The service will be lived streamed on Marcy Mortuary Facebook page.

Connie J. Boldan-Cerveny, 73 of South Bend, NE passed away Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at Bryan West Medical Center in Lincoln, NE.  She was born May 29, 1946 in Lincoln, to Emanuel and Maxine (Ball) Boldan.  She graduated from Murdock High School in 1964 and went on to attend the University of Omaha and Grace University.  Connie was united in marriage on May 28, 1988 to James Cerveny at the Assembly of God Church in Bellevue, NE.  She worked in accounting for Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Omaha for 30 years.

Connie was a former town board member in South Bend, NE.  She enjoyed her Bible study groups, reading, collecting Precious Moments figurines and lending a hand at Hope’s Closet in Louisville, NE.  She was particularly keen for remembering people’s birthdays and always sending a card.

Connie is survived by her husband, James “Jim” Cerveny; brothers, Clifford (Mona) Boldan of Silver Springs, NV and Donald (Sue) Boldan of Lincoln, NE; brother-in-law, Gil (Sandra) Cerveny of Council Bluffs, IA; nieces and nephews, Christina (Mike) Witulski, Matthew Boldan, Elizabeth Boldan, Lacy (Trevor) Rue; many great & great-great nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Emanuel and Maxine Boldan and parents-in-law, William and Phoebe Cerveny.

 

Condolences for Connie Boldan-Cerveny
  1. Mary and Ken Moy
    • May 21, 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    I was just thinking about Jim and Connie last week, while sorting through old pictures, I came across pictures from their wedding and smiled. I felt what an honor it was to have been able to attend their wedding. We were so happy for both of them. After retirement, we still ran into them once in a while and Connie always had a smile for us. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this time, as we were so much more than co-workers.

  2. Rosalie Howell
    • May 21, 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    I worked with Connie at Hopes Closet at it’s founding. Connie was a very kind and dedicated person and friend. She was also involved with Bible Classes through our church. We had many laughs together as
    she also worked with us on the Cass County Fair doing whatever needed done. Sweet and kind that was Connie! She will be missed so very much.

  3. Mark & Roberta Schadde and family
    • May 21, 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    I was blessed to have known Connie as a co-worker and as a friend. At work, she eagerly took newcomers to the department, such as myself, under her wing. She referred to us collectively as “youngsters” even though we didn’t truly qualify. Connie had a great wit and sense of humor which, together with her faith, carried her over rough waters. She was also very compassionate about causes that were near and dear to her heart. As my family coalesced through God’s blessings (from marriage to foster parenting to adoption) Connie was a huge fan and supporter. She was so happy to be “Aunt Connie” to our children. We will all miss your smile, Connie. Our thoughts and prayers are with you James, and with all the family and friends that miss her.

  4. Karen DeLuna
    • May 21, 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    Jim -I am so very, very sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. I worked with both of you at Blue Cross Blue Shield for many, many years, then we all worked at Hope’s Closet. Connie was a dedicated worker and she will be missed by all of us who knew her. Our prayers go out to you and your families.

  5. Kathy Jones
    • May 22, 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    Connie always had a smile on her face when I saw her at BCBSNE. She was special.

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